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Yardi Awarded with HKB Technology Excellence Award 2021

Global real estate technology provider recognised for innovative cloud technology

HONG KONG, China, 07, Sept. 21 – Yardi has been awarded as the top real estate management company for Property Technology in the Hong Kong Business Technology Excellence Awards 2021 for its innovation in the real estate management space.

“We’re honoured to receive the HKB technology excellence award and be recognised as an industry leader with our innovative real estate technology. Yardi prides itself on its commitment to its customers and employees, giving back to communities, and its continued investment in innovation,” said Bernie Devine, Regional Director, Asia Pacific at Yardi. “Our technology is designed to help real estate companies of all types and sizes with investment, asset, and property management software from a single connected solution that scales with their business requirements.”

“Whether a company is looking for a single solution or a complete suite of services, Yardi allows real estate professionals and companies to optimise their operations by leveraging technology and providing superior customer service, operation efficiency, and investor reporting,” said Tim Charlton, Managing Director of Hong Kong Business.

About Hong Kong Business Technology Excellence Awards
HKB recognises Hong Kong's leading companies in technological innovation. It is the most prestigious celebration of Hong Kong's technology champions. The HKB Awards search for innovative companies that make exceptional contributions in technology and crowns the firm with the most innovative and unique IT initiatives and solutions that helped enhance their company's business in Hong Kong. For more information, visit HKB Business Technology Excellence Awards.

About Hong Kong Business
Hong Kong Business (HKB) is the only English-language business magazine dedicated to Hong Kong and China. Essential coverage includes the economy, investment, manufacturing, technology, travel and trade, plus special overseas features with in-depth reporting on bilateral economic ties with Hong Kong. For more information, visit hongkongbusiness.hk

About Yardi 
Yardi® develops and supports industry-leading investment and property management software for all types and sizes of real estate companies. Established in 1984, Yardi is based in Santa Barbara, Calif., and serves clients worldwide from offices in Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. For more information, visit yardi.asia.

For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Ian Khoo
Yardi Systems Inc.
+65 6797 1865 ext. 8374

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